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For a fun and casual meal out with family and friends, head to Shell Out seafood restaurant in Kota Damansara where you can literally get into your food. Put on your bibs, ditch the forks and spoons and tuck into fresh seafood prepared Cajun style, or also known as Louisiana seafood boil.
Thailand is simply superior when it comes to desserts. Some Thai desserts that we are so accustomed to eating such as mango sticky rice, coconut ice cream and red ruby are easily and readily available over there - either sold in restaurant or by street food vendor. But Ruam Mit is what we really crave (after having something similar in Cambodia and Vietnam) and we always keep an eye out for it.
Amongst the sights and sounds of the bustling Petaling Street, one food vendor catches your attention with loudspeaker. The repeated chants of "Yat Lau, Yat Lau! Wat Luet Luet" (first class, slippery smooth) from Madam Tang's muah chee stall fill the air and you can't help but to check it out.
What is known to us as 'cakoi' or 'you tiao' is called Pa Thong Ko in Thailand and it's regarded as a donut instead. The main reason to visit Go Neng's stall is because he makes them into animal shapes. Not just any animal mind you, but dragon, crocodile and even T-Rex! If that's not enough to convince you to come, I don't know what will.
Synonymous to great restaurants and bars in KL, the vibrant strip of Changkat Bukit Bintang comes alive evening onwards. During the day, the street is quiet and suitable for family and couples who prefer to dine in a quieter and more relaxed environment.
Opium KL, one of Werner's Group's restaurant offers a unique dining experience with its stylish Shanghai setting and eclectic selection of Oriental fusion dishes. Think Norwegian Salmon in curry and Kung Pao styled Angus beef medallions.
Among my close friends, I am known to be extremely picky when it comes to Penang style Char Koay Teow. So when I say that I have found one that is the definitive version of this iconic dish that every Penangites in KL crave for, you just have to take my word for it.
Sisters Place, a kopitiam-like restaurant at Pacific Place in Ara Damansara is your next destination if you are serious about satisfying your craving for Penang Char Koay Teow. As a bonus, the Curry Mee is great too!